Walker unveils plans to curb public assistance fraud; Town of Gordon firehall destroyed; More state news briefs
Gov. Scott Walker has announced a half dozen policy changes aimed at curbing fraud in Wisconsin's public assistance programs.
The governor ordered yesterday that the Department of Health Services provide stronger oversight. That was after it was learned that regulators don't ask self-employed applicants about all their income in determining eligibility for things like food stamps.
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